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Are all HP Mini 1000s on the market the same? Or are there differences? There's a Mini 1000 on eBay with the following details:

 

Brand HP Model Mini 210-1000 CTO PC MPN

VV074AV

 

 

I'm just wondering if it's the type of Mini 1000 that'll run OSX.

 

Is there any documentation about this anywhere?

 

Bests

 

 

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